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src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/server/arrays/custom_py.py   blaze(Download)
import blaze
from dynd import nd, ndt
 
# Available variables from the Blaze loader:
#  `catconf`   Catalog configuration object

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/sql/blaze_sql.py   blaze(Download)
 
from datashape import dshape
import blaze
from blaze.io.sql import sql_table
 

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/server/start_server.py   blaze(Download)
import sys, os
import blaze
from blaze.io.server.app import app
 
if len(sys.argv) > 1:

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/hdf5/open_read_dataset.py   blaze(Download)
 
import numpy as np
import blaze
 
try:

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/filters/simple-hdf5.py   blaze(Download)
'''Sample script showing off some simple filter operations (HDF5 version)'''
 
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function
 
import blaze

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/filters/simple-blz.py   blaze(Download)
'''Sample script showing off some simple filter operations (BLZ version)'''
 
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function
 
import blaze

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/basics/array_operations.py   blaze(Download)
from random import randint
 
import blaze
 
 

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/basics/array_creation.py   blaze(Download)
'''Sample module showing the creation of blaze arrays'''
 
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function
 
import blaze

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/samples/blaze_function.py   blaze(Download)
from itertools import cycle
 
import blaze
from blaze.compute.function import function
 

src/b/l/blaze-HEAD/blaze/compute/air/execution/interp.py   blaze(Download)
 
from dynd import nd, ndt
import blaze
import blz
import datashape

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